Technical Features

July 2018
The Dawn of a New Era with High-Power Wireless Charging

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Figure 1: Wireless power transmitter system with WLC1115

Overview of Inductive charging and Qi specification Wireless charging technologies range from inductive, magnetic resonant, and capacitive to RF radiation, laser, acoustic, and other emerging ones. The inductive coupling technology is the front runner [1], and hence its associated standard Qi is the most pre
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Date:
07/01/2022
Transient Protection Solutions in Automobiles

Figure 1: MLV (left) vs. TVS diode (right) temperature derating

Thanks to modern technology, passenger vehicles are now safer, more enjoyable, and more efficient than ever. Today’s automobiles utilize incredible amounts of computing power to improve the overall driving experience in several different ways. For example, arrays of sensors and dedicated processing units n
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Date:
07/31/2018

Silicon Carbide Devices for Automotive Power Electronics
Automotive OEMs and their suppliers have been on the high power, high growth vehicle electrification path for hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs)/electric vehicles (EVs) and beyond even to electrification of busses, trucks, trains and more electric aircraft (MEA). With high power demands beyond the efficiency and r
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Date:
07/31/2018
When audio applications require the highest power efficiency, lowest heat generation, smallest size, and lightest weight, Class-D switched-mode amplifiers surpass the linear class amplifiers.  This makes Class-D amplifiers the best choice for extending battery life in DC-powered audio applications, such as
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Date:
07/31/2018
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